e a m harris

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For the love of haiku – rouge flower

Once again Carpe Diem has given us a challenge and a lead – this time to the understanding of the simplicity of a thing’s true nature.

I hesitate to try this challenge with the example of haiku master Chiyo-ni in front of me, but here goes:

dew on the daisy,

dew on the rouge flower, who

can tell them apart?

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12 thoughts on “For the love of haiku – rouge flower

  1. Very nice take on this one 🙂

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  2. Hi e a m harris, I nominated you for a liebster blog award. See my latest post if you’re interested in following up. Gary, http://www.shakemyheadhollow.com

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    • Thank you so much for the nomination. I am greatly honoured. It is an award that requires a lot of thought so it’ll be a while before I can do anything about it. Congratulations to you on your nomination. You deserve it for your lovely blog.

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  3. jazzbumpa on said:

    Enticingly enigmatic
    Perhaps it is for the discerning
    Or maybe just pretense

    JzB

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    • Thank you so much for the poetic comment. I think some readers will see it as discerning and others as pretence. I love the way the same piece of writing rings different bells for different readers.

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  4. Awesome … I love how you took up the challenge to write a haiku inspired by Chiyo-Ni.

    Chèvrefeuille (a.k.a. Basho2012 and Kristjaan Panneman)

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  5. Hesitate no more!! You captured the soul of Chiyo-Ni with your own unique spin!

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  6. magicalmysticalteacher on said:

    Who can tell them apart? Only the discerning!

    After Chiyo-Ni

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